In today's lesson, we look at the connection between the events in Exodus, where God delivers the Torah to Moses on Mount Sinai, and the Acts chapter 2 – Pentecost event – where God delivers the Holy Spirit.
To make this connection, we must know about the Biblical holiday system God implements in Exodus and Leviticus.
The holiday of Pentecost (Acts 2:1) is not a Christian holiday, and Pentecost is the Greek word used for the holiday of Shavuot - the feast of Weeks - found in Leviticus chapter twenty-three.
When we understand the holiday system and the associated symbolism of each holiday, the world of the New Testament opens up in ways that most cannot imagine!
God commanded the holidays, and Jesus and the disciples observed the holidays. And most important, Jesus fulfills the holidays!
How much more then should we be paying attention to God's canlendar?
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